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"America doesn't bail out losers. America bails out winners." How is that for an American dream motto? This axiom, among many others presented in the film, is the foundation as the blood- splattered frames of Ramin Bahrani's recent offering start to roll.The blood is from a homeowner who'd rather slay himself than be kicked out of his home by Realtor Rick Carver (Michael Shannon). More of a preying vulture than empathetic human being, Carver shows no sympathy for the boy who took his life instead of giving up his family home – an attitude trait we trust he has for everyone.Bahrani, a prolific American independent director, is known for focusing on powerful characters. Highly secretive and mostly broken individuals, the challenges and obstacles many of his protagonists face are mapped out and executed in unique, but usually tragic ways. His expertise is focusing more on the formula of their progression than the final outcome. With 99 Homes, Bahrani switches gears, focusing more on the narrative and development of the story, rather than his deep, often slow, evolution of memorable characters.Thankfully, Bahrani doesn't exactly abandon ship in his hero building philosophy with his main protagonist and antagonist in the film. He is able to place more focus on his narrative and visual style here, thanks to actor Shannon, who supports maintain the flow of Carver as well as the folks around him. For the most part, character-driven directors search it hard to give all constructive energy to their actors, especially after building up a filmography that shows his obsession with leading his main men. But with an actor like Shannon, one of the most confident and reliable actors working today, Bahrani needs not have this fear of relinquishing control of hero development. In fact, Shannon's understanding of Carver's adventure and discreet choices of dialogue, begs the question if Bahrani should have achieved this hero development on his own.Bahrani's protagonist is Dennis Nash, played wonderfully by Andrew Garfield. Garfield, who was one of the several fortunate Hollywood actors to grace the scene with the legendary Philip Seymour Hoffman on the Broadway stint of Death of a Salesman, seems to have absorbed much of the acting genius of the late Hoffman. Holding his own vs a larger than life acting force that is Shannon, Garfield's Nash allows himself to feed off Carver's greed and sinisterly convincing monologues with scenes of heart-wrench, grit and sensitivity.99 Homes shouldn't be described as the typical tour-de-force, but more of a tour-de-fact cinematic achievement. The filmmaker, whose adamant cinematic attitude is almost non- apologetic on-screen, selecting to highlight a truly sad time in American history. Set in Florida in 2010, when homes were being repossessed by the bank for each chime of the clock on the wall, the movie shows a raw portrait of each family's worst nightmare; a moment of finished vulnerability and uncertainty–being left on the side of the road, with all you're worldly possessions sitting on the lawn.As troubling as it sounds, some of the greatest scenes of the movie are when folks are evicted from their homes. Beginning with Nash, his mother Lynn Nash (Laura Dern) and son Connor (Noah Lomax), and ranging from young, old, non-English speaking, accepting and manic, the movie shows the various shades of people, sometimes risky and everytime desperate.Nash, a general contractor who never sits at the wayside, becomes a real hero of action. The determination of Dennis Nash, thanks to the convincing acting of Garfield, is a tiny glimmer of hope that boy is able to triumph over the recklessness of society's actions, but at a severe cost. Nash's choices and inner struggle is a sharp and risky double-edged sword. Nash is a truly tormented moral hero who, through his adventure of self-discovery, wealth and pain, everytime draws on the most primary human elements. The largest question Bahrani leaves audiences with is, "what would you do if you were left in the same situation?"Possibly the most commercial of his work thus far, the director of Slash Shop, Boy Push Cart, At Any Cost and my private favorite Goodbye Solo, does a superb job of juggling the moral and ethical lines of his characters, allowing the audience to ask itself the same questions the characters are asking themselves as the movie progresses. This fine element of 99 Homes keeps Bahrani's tradition of bustlingly tragic and anguished characters alive with vivid, exciting, and mostly unpredictable results.99 Homes is one of the most finished and appealing movies of Bahrani's career. Engaging enough for causal movie-goers, and enough to chew for veteran nit-picking cinephiles, the movie is easy one of the most compelling movies at TIFF.Garfield may be know for his role as afflicted teen Peter Parker or Spider-Man by many, while audiences may know Shannon greatest for his villainous turn as General Zod in the newest Superman reboot Boy of Steel. The greatest part about watching 99 Homes is analyzing these men, and seeing them transform before our eyes into the demons that haunt the roads and doorsteps of daily people. Sheltered in our own tiny seats and watching the unfortunate tragedy unfold on-screen, this compassionate slice of another people's reality is one of the most engaging details of 2014. Founded on concrete performances, sturdy direction and a narrative with a nice roof on its head, 99 Homes is built to last.
To really understand what US gratis economy is capable of! Like a punch in the stomach especially for Europeans! We mostly have a false (PINK) photo of American society! I Think Europeans ( I as for one) are lucky to be born on this side of the Ocean! Unluckily (commercial) distribution was strict to present it in European Theatres. Thanks to TV, on demand or DVD folks SHOULD watch it at any cost! Direction and actors were FANTASTIC!!! A "pleasant" punch in the belly to confront ourselves with Modern Society!
I really wanted to like "99 Homes." I didn't hate it, but it is far from perfect. The skinny: Andrew Garfield is a construction worker who loses his home to foreclosure, unable to search work. He has to transport with his young son (Noah Lomax) and mother (Laura Dern) into a hotel on skid row, but through a twist of fate search himself working for the boy who evicted him (Michael Shannon). As he gets involved deeper in different true estate scams, his sense of morals has to be balanced vs his need to deliever for his family.Some of the action and the plot is very contrived -- there's no reason for this large time con boy (Shannon) to bring in a protégé and give him so much access and zone so much believe in him. At one point, he's given a crucial assignment, to deliver a forged document, that Shannon obviously should have just as easy done himself. You can everytime identify dodgy writing when the storyline has to be manipulated in order to place the characters in dramatic situations. Other trouble in the movie is that while Shannon's terrible guy is quite nuanced, Laura Dern is forced to enjoy the same wise grandmother role she plays in lots of Disney movies. After being kicked out of her home, you'd think she might not be quite so high and mighty about the possibility to receive ahead in life. The writers of the movie can see more than one shade of evil, but only one shade of good. And that kinda gets at the heart of what's wrong with the movie -- it's a movie made in 2014, about happenings that took zone in 2010, and yet the film's vision of America matches what Capra place on celluloid in 1946's vacation movie "It's a Unbelievable Life." According to the film, America is made up of mostly difficult working and honest folk who might steal a tiny water or power from a bank-owned home next door but who would never -- ever -- EVER -- do anything to harm anybody else in order to receive ahead. Whenever the movie tries to enjoy at moral ambiguity, it easy betrays it for sentiment. How did we receive here, and how do we receive out? The movie could either show no answers or it could show a better respond than it does. The ending feels like a definite letdown. It's not really earned. Andrew Garfield continues to present himself as one of the greatest young actors working, and this really could be sort of a star-making role for Michael Shannon as well. The movie is well-directed, but the script is too manufactured.
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